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mom sherri papini disappeared a month ago. her husband hired this man to search for her >> grant:why this private investigator says her wild and disturbing story of abduction may be true. >>whoosh >> grant:bullets flying on bay area freeways. the shootings in 24 hours. we have details of the latest incident in richmond. >> >> grant:if you think it's cold tonight. just wait. >> gary: >> reporter:no matter how you crank it out we are going to see some cold temperatures. >> grant:a blast of arctic weather is heading our way. you're watching kron four >> vicki:now at 8. >> vicki:an 8 month old baby dies at a north bay day care. found unconscious and unresponsive. thank you for joining us i'm vicki liviakis. >> grant:and i'm grant lodes. this happened at napa infantthat's where we find kron-4's hermela aregawi.and
hermela we do know police are investigating this? >> reporter:the incident is under investigation. but police are not telling us much about what they're finding at this point. but we do know this facility opened about two years ago. and hasn't had any complaints. >> reporter:and we spoke with several neighbors. who had nothing but good things to say about the family who lives there and the woman who runs thefacility. >>"we've gone to their house for family things and they've come over here and our kids both know each other. they play together outside all the time. they're really nice. they're pretty quiet. they are great neighbors. they are nice people. " >>sot anni williams just really sweet people. i can only say the best about them and i just hope it was something that just was not of their doing. i mean i can't see how. they're sweet. they're a sweet couple. >> reporter:neighbors tell us the couple who lives at the home have young children. they moved in a few years
ago. >> reporter:the day care hasn't had any complaints since it opened in october 2014. in july a random inspection found no violations. people that live here tell us this incident has really shaken the neighborhood. >> it is emotionally the moralizing. it brings you down. i pick is every parent's nightmare. drop your children off at the day care and that is the last time you may see them. >> reporter: we attempted to talk to the family but they have not opened their door and neighbors say they have not seen them since the incident yesterday afternoon. we hear said imam of the baby teaches at a nearby school.
hist >> grant: >> grant:her abduction is sending shockwaves across the country. sherri papini is now back home with her family after being missing for 22 days. though there are still many questions about her disappearance. and >> grant: >> grant:her husband keith papini shedding light of some of those questions in an interview where he describes the moments after she was freed. but first kron-4 talked to a private investigator close to the case and the papini family. >> vicki:kron-4's charles clifford is with what he had to say sherri's husband keith is revealing more about the moments after she was left on the side of a road. grant is here with those chilling details. >> reporter:keith papini is revealing new details about his wife's abduction. including.that she was chained around the waist when she was dumped on the side of the road. >> reporter:
>> i found out i was surprised and happy really is for the family. >> reporter: although relieved that she had been returned she-she is the resisters side the details of her kidnapping. -- although relieved that she had returned he is deeply disturbed by the details of her kidnapping. >> reporter: he has spoken with her family since returned but no longer involved in the case. as he watches the case of boats from a distance he hopes that more details will come by soon.
>> creating and storm the of your and theories that could be damaging for the investigation and for a lot of people. >> reporter: although he is no longer involved in the investigation he feels that is very telling that to people or three was involved in the investigation and that could complete a profile to find whoever did this. >> vicki:very interested- interesting >> vicki: thank you, charles >> grant:and she screamed so hard. she coughed up blood. these details coming in an
interview with a-b-c's 20- 20. keith said his wife thought maybe people weren't stopping because she had a chain that looked like she broke out of prison. >> grant:so she tried to hide it under her clothes. he also revealed she was covered with bruises -- had lost about 20 pounds.down to 87 pounds. >> grant:additionally.she broke her nose when she was thrown from the car. investigators say she also her.but they would not say where on her body.or what was branded. >> grant:police are stilling looking for her kidnappers.who she says were two hispanic women.with a dark suv. you can track this story online and on our mobile app. visit kron-4 dot com for a wife's abduction. >> grant: >> grant:we first told you about alert on our mobile app stay connected by downloading the free kron- app today for up to the minute news.
san francisco resident michael higginbotham. >> reporter:they believe he is jermain jackson jr.while he worked with a crew to clean up grafitti. >> reporter:jackson was a father of two and a laborer apprentice with the department.he was expected to graduate from the program next year. >> reporter:his suspected shooter has been booked in the county jail for murder. >> reporter:and today to honor the loss of jackson.san francisco flags were flown at half staff. lowered to half staff in remebrance. jackson junior is described as a motivated, hard-working and well-liked employee.
officer chon has been at san francisco general hospital with a serious brain injury since the holiday. today's update shares he improvement and positive signs of recovery. >> vicki:family and friends say they are extremely grateful for the continuous support.and up to help with the chon family during this hard time. >> grant: turning our attention to the weather right now. a had a pretty chilly outside but it will get a little colder. >> reporter: we have some arctic air that is coming our way. >> reporter:it will be clear, cold and temperatures in the valleys dropping into the 30s. sunny with highs in the 60s. >> reporter: clears sidestepped with a little bit up wind. but you get the
idea. it is cold out there. it is getting cold in spot already. down at 43 degrees pitted, 53 in san francisco and 49 in oakland. but it will get colder over night and out into the '30's. right 8:00 a.m. temperatures are in the '30's and 40's inland. >> reporter: a lot of duties in 67 to beat up and down. --a lot of cities and '60s into the afternoon. >> vicki: thank you,
lawrence. >> vicki:a woman in palo alto says a man drove up.inappropriately exposed himself to her.then took off. this all happened yesterday afternoon near louis road and oregon expressway. take a good look.that woman says she was able to snap a photo of the suspect's drove away. >> vicki:now police are on the hunt.for this older model maroon-colored mazda. someone will recognize it or the man driving.and have released this sketch. anyone with information is asked to contact palo alto police. >> vicki:ahead at eight. >> vicki:bart is getting an upgrade. but it could impact years. >> grant:plus. a gym teacher at an east bay high school facing serious charges for what she allegedly did with a student. >> vicki:and next. an intense standoff ends the escaped inmates. a look inside the home where one was captured.
of reach for far too long: health insurance. how? they enrolled through covered california. it's the health insurance marketplace where you'll find a range of plans from leading health insurance companies that offer you the best combination of quality, rates, and benefits. and, through covered california, you may get financial help to pay for coverage. to have health insurance starting january 1st, you need to enroll by december 15th. visit covereca.com today. >> vicki:what some are calling 'the great escape' has ended in san jose. kron four news was there last night when the second of two inmates who escaped from the county jail was arrested. following an 8 hour standoff. >> vicki:tonight, kron four's rob fladeboe shows you the lengths police went to the sheriff says the case doesn't end here.
>> reporter:captured escaped inmate rogelio chavez wednesday night. augustino shot these photos of the swat team this morning, he was permitted inside the home and took these photos that show how deputies had to literally tear down the living room ceiling to get the attic. >> reporter:arrested along with chavez was a woman identified as with with 35-year-old emily vaca, who is thought to have been arraigned on wednesday, are charged with harboring a fugitive, says deputy district attorney janet berry. >> reporter:24 year old marcaysha harboring fellow escapee laron campbell, who was arrested earlier this week in antioch. he too was found hiding in an attic. both campbel and chavez now back in the same jail from which they escaped a week ago wednesday after sawing through the bars of climbing to the ground on a rope made from bedding. sheriff laurie smith says it doesn't end here. a de la salle high school detention center tonight sexual assault.
>> vicki:a fremont gym teacher was arrested last week for having a sexual relationship with an underage male student. >> grant:police arrested 32- year-old corine audiat last week affair. police say audiat began communicating with the underage male student in early 20-16. the conversations became increasingly inappropriate over the nest several months. >> grant:audiat has been placed on leave and will not be unified school district. charges including sex with a minor, oral copulations and contacting a minor to have sex. if convicted. she will have to register as a sex offender. >> grant:a woman is in serious being exposed to lead oxide.she was first decontaminated before being airlifted to santa clara valley medical center. this is video from our helicopter partnership with a-b-c 7 news. a hazardous materials team worked to remove contaminants on the woman medical facility
>> grant:officials say that although she was expsoed to a strong chemical.the main treament warm water. 10 and lived outside >> vicki: sharks and and outside. it is bomb to an cloud. this---take a look outside. it is bone chilling cold. >> reporter:it will be clear, cold and temperatures in the valleys dropping into the 30s. tomorrow will be mostly sunny with highs in the 60s. >> reporter: it is a chilly night indeed.
>> grant:here's what we're tracking tonight for kron 4 news at ten. >> gabe:new streaming service with no contract f or $35... could this be the future? >> gary: sports coming up later in this broadcast. . >> reporter:.tonight at ten >> reporter:.tonight at ten a 6of developing diabetes. no matter who we are, these diseases can be managed or prevented when caught early on. because with better research, the right medicine,
eight: direct tv is trying to lure cord cutters by offering a new streaming service. >> grant:"direct-tv now" offers 100 channels for 35 dollars a month. >> vicki: pretty cheap! >> grant: yes. >> vicki:there is no contract.and no cable box. it is available on computers, mobile devices and through apple tv and amazon fire. direct tv now includes national and local news affiliates.and all your favorite shows on demand. >> grant:35 bucks sounds like a bargainbut kron 4's gabe slate says there are some things you might want to consider before ditching cable. >> gabe:if you want to watch popular shows like game of thrones.hbo and cinemax will cost you an extra five bucks. but there's a catch. >> gabe:you can only use two devices at a time to watch content, so it might not be practical for families. >> gabe:and, keep in mind, if you're streaming content over your cell phone network it will eat up your allowed data. so if you're not in good solid wifi most of your time could be an issue >> gabe:however if you use at&t for your phone or
tablet you get unlimited direct tv streaming use and they won't throttle the data speed. thousands of shows will be on demand through directv now but not all are ready to stream the day after they air. >> gabe:there's also no dvrso you can't record your favorite shows and watch them later. so if you miss a show, you might have to wait a few days before it is available on demand. >> gabe:playstation vue, a similar streaming service offered by sony, does offer dvr cloud service >> gabe:sling tv has announced it will be adding the ability to record and watch later . so i do think directv now will have to add that to compete. >> gabe:as far as sports it's a little complicated. yes pro sports like nfl and nba games will be available but it will depend on local black out rules and what channels they are airing on, and if they allow streaming. >> gabe:if you're sensitive about missing games you might want to stick with cable for now >> gabe: as far as performance. >> gabe:it's a little buggy
. >> gabe:but it's brand new and the kinks are still being worked out >> gabe:for the most part it works well. >> gabe: content loads fast good quality. >> gabe:there is a good chance whatever tv shows you watch will be on here >> gabe:and at $35 a month for 100 channels it's a decent cord cutting option. with your tech report gabe slate kron 4 news. >> vicki:ahead at eight. >> gabe: >> vicki:what donald trump is threatening to do if companies move jobs out of the u-s. >> grant:plus. we're learning about more victims of a mysterious illness in a deadly thanksgiving dinner.as health officials work to find the cause. >> vicki:and next. victims of a deadly wildfire comb through the ashes of the fire's destruction. as the death toll rises in tennesee.
(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> vicki:as search and rescue crews in sevier county, tennessee comb through burned down buildings, officials are hoping to reopen the resort area next week. >> grant: the recovery efforts and rising death toll. >> reporter:it's been several days since fires burning in the great smoky mountains in eastern tennessee engulfed towns in of lives lost continues to increase. >> reporter:officials confirmed thursday that three more bodies have number of people killed to at least ten. >> reporter:one of those killed, alice hagler, had been speaking to her son on the phone when the fast moving flames reached her home >>lyle wood/ mother was killed in wildfire: "things went from the winds picking up to the last phone call she made to my brother was the fact that she was really scared and frantic because the house was actually on fire at that point. >> reporter:rescue crews have been working around the clock, searching for survivors, at home.
>> reporter:a photo posted on facebook by the johnson city professional firefighters firefighters asleep on the sidewalk after returning from a 30 hour shift. >> reporter:more than 700 buildings are destroyed or damaged, and 14,000 people were evacuated monday. many with just the clothes on their backs. >> reporter:as residents return to the they have nothing to come back to. >> reporter:country superstar dolly parton, who grew up in the something about that. >>dolly parton, entertainer: "we want to provide a hand up to all those families that have lost everything in the fires. and to recover, we want to make sure that the dollywood foundation a month to all those families who have lost their they get back up on their feet. >> reporter:i'm dianne gallagher, reporting. >> grant:new at eight: >> grant:the pictures that have been coming from tennessee wildfires are
devestating.many homes with nothing but ashes left. >> vicki: yes, it looks like a ghost town. but what one t-v crew caught on camera amid all the distruction is being called a miracle it was a statue of jesus. >> vicki:the one thing still standing fter this secier county homethis statue was the second week. >> vicki:one employee at the dolly a bible. the worker says the passage he found provides "hope and faith" which is why he posted it on social media. >> vicki:the picture has now been shared tens of thousands of times. >> reporter:it will be clear, cold and temperatures in the valleys dropping into the 30s. tomorrow will be mostly >> reporter:sunny with highs in the 60's.
>> reporter: if you are traveling. be careful. all round the state, and the central valley we are looking at cold temperatures upper 20s and 30s with overnight lows. >> reporter: election will continue right through saturday morning. --it look like it will continue right through saturday morning. >> reporter: 47 degrees in santa rosa, so you get the idea that hunters are starting to drop off in a hurry. --that temperatures are starting to drop off in a hurry. >> reporter: only in the low thirties for the highs. all around the state, and you
will see cooler temperatures and the central valley. you will see about 60 degrees and sacramento but pleasant and san diego. >> gary: >> reporter: overnight lows, will be the big story tomorrow. what f r o s t. patchy frost in the early morning. >> reporter: a couple of clouds moving our way as we get to sunday. but arctic air will drop in our area beginning of next week. >> grant:holiday shopping can be lots of fun. up your car with gifts for family and friends. >> grant:it can be fun --but
it canluckily there are some easy ways to avoid becoming a victim. >> stanley: (male announcer): now, here's stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly. >> stanley:... >>so there's two boxes one from sephora and another from an online company and person to be shipped to every holiday season i go out and try to educate people about leaving stuff in their cars and every year someone one calls the cop on me for looking in cars >> stanley:so this year i called the cops on myself to skip the with officer aguilar of the department as we go over the do's and don'ts of holiday shopping >> stanley:first off be aware of any rules or regulations of the town you are shopping in .for example downtown walnut creek is a no smoking zone >> stanley:if you want extra money for the holidays use a hands caught the first offence is about a hundred and sixty dollars
>> stanley:don't stop in a lane of traffic to drop off someone, and most important don't leave stuff just sitting in your car >> stanley: to take to me you know you left your purse in the front seat huh you left your purse siting in the front seat yea >>queue officer aguilar >> here that don't live in walnut creek and the reason why they come here is because they know people in walnut creek have money they know people in walnut creek have nice things there are going to be nice things in people's cars >> stanley:we drove around looking at some of the problems he finds when people leave their cars >>they'll leave there purses their big nordstrom shopping bags, shoes and obviously if it's a nordstrom bag it's an item of value so the crook will do is hell take the item first then dig through it later
>> stanley:this backpack could be empty or it might contain a laptop. the crook breaks the window and now you have to buy a new window or maybe a laptop >> stanley:also keep in mind simple things like leaving your gps visible could cause problems remote could give a person your vehicle registration with your address is probably in the glove box >> stanley:make a copy of it then out the copy in the car black out your address that way you can still show it to the cops if you get pulled over with out someone getting your address >> stanley:i know you all want santa to visit to bring you that big gift . or whatever. just remember santa's always watching >> stanley:in walnut creek stanley roberts kron 4 news >> vicki: good advice! >> grant: stanley, on the case!
>> grant:bart set to get some seismic upgrades.but it will disrupt train service. details ahead. >> vicki:and next. you're my hero. that's one worker is saying after trump helped save more than a thousand jobs. what's he's threatening to do to other companies that try to move jobs out of the u-s. ♪ ♪ ee-e-e-oh-mum-oh-weh ♪ hush my darling don't fear my darling ♪ ♪ the lion sleeps tonight.
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hero. >> grant:though more than a thousand jobs will be saved.trump did not talk about the hundreds of workers still set to lose their jobs when carrier continues its plan to move monterey mexico. >> vicki:the president elect is also renewing his pledge to build a wall along the u- s mexico border. he made at the remarks at the carrier facility today. trump had seemed to pull back on his plan for a wall after the election. but today he said quote "trust me we're going to build" it. pkg in today's storie >> vicki:in the east bay. a community project that has kron 4's fingerprints all over it. thanks to habitat for humanity. but this time. the volunteers were not building home. >> grant: takes us to the top of the project.
>> this is a godsend. especially the will-- the weather >> i am glad that you are here. to see this through. it has kept me awake many nights. >> grant: and the owners with habitat also help out. so they are sweat equity. and our own steve aveson is there helping out which is why he is not here. >> grant: 8 also repair walking and showers and windows. >> vicki:coming up at 8. within a day of eating a thanksgiving dinner. they became ill.s three people died.
health services has announced two new cases of people becoming sick after eating a antioch. in all. 21 people have reported becoming ill after eating the meal and three of those people died. thanksgiving day from the veterans memorial building in antioch. >> grant:they all became sick within 24 hours of eating the food. >> grant:parts of the meal were prepared on site but other items such as the ham. turkey and sweet potatoes came from various locations. >> grant:health service officials are samples from those that were effected in hopes of finding the cause. according to contra costa health services >> grant:bart is considering long- order to seismicallytoday the bart board ofmillion contract for the upgrades.
the only concern for riders is that it could take more than two years to finish. disruption. >> grant:the work would happen overnight monday through friday. but to extend working opening only a single track after 9-30 at night and about 5- a-m. >> grant: finalize a decision on the service impacts. >> sports with gary radnich! >> gary: evening! >> gary:after 15 months and two back today tiger playing his own world golf challenge in the bahamas >> gary:he started out very strong 6th hole woods using the same putter with sinks the birdie putt to go 2-under >> gary:8th hole tiger using a 6-iron on the
par-3 hole rolls it up tight of the hole he would make birdie to go 4-under >> grant:that's an excellent club choice. (male announcer): it's now time for gary radnich from the jack in the box sports desk. >> gary:but hestrggles to 9th hole >> gary:woods' chip shot roll back off the green tiger bogied the hole >> gary:18th hole >> gary:tiger's tee shot goes into the water he double blogied 18 as well as 16 to fade to 17th out of 18 golfers down the stretch >> gary: 73 9 shots back of leader j.b. holmes back >> gary: when he is back on the course. whether you like cannot or do not like cam? you are talking about him. >> gary:the warriors are taking on the rockets at
oracle arena. >> gary:right now. >> gary: if this is to be denied. we would have the time it on in the second half. >> gary:for the second time lebron james has been chosen sports of the year >> gary:the nba finals mvp led the cavaliers to an nba title by spuring a 3-games- to-1 comeback against the warriors ending cleveland's 52-year championship drought. >> gary:james joins tigers woods as the only two-time winners of the award. >> gary:today james was asked about a possible finals rematch against the warriors. which would be the 3rd straight time they've met for the >> gary:for the title. (cheers & applause) >> gary:looks like colin
kaepernick is moving but will it be out of the bay area? the 49ers quarterback has put his san jose house up for sale at just under $2.9 million >> gary:kaepernick bought the 4- square foot house four years 49ers contract at the end of the season >> gary:as for how comfortable kaepernick is with chip kelly and the 49ers new offensive system here is the 49ers head coach >> i think he has always been comfortable here. the relationship we have is great. we talked football and he really want to be great. and that is it from that standpoint he does a really good job with leaving boasting some outside the door.
>> gary: kapernick girlfriend is a top this jockey in new york. just going something out. he just sold his house. and then tomorrow he just purchased one for 6 million. >> gary: great thursday night game. >> gary: use lake, not so good. the matchups have not been so good. >> gary: 4 quarter with the vikings up 9-7. >> gary: bradford is going to find a cannon. and the vikings are down by two. and you know what they have to do. they have to go for the 2.4 conversion.
>> gary: 17-15. dallas hangs on for their 11th straight victory. >> gary:the league that wins baseball's all-star game no advantage in the world instead it will go to the pennant winner with the record. >> gary:the change was included in major league baseball'sthe link between the all- was established in 2002 >> gary:this past season the cubs world series in cleveland the regular season they did win however to take their first title in 108 years. >> gary: >> gary: so, that is about
>> stanley:so if a cop sees/pulls you over for driving barefoot happen probably tll you to put on some shoes and give you a fixit ticket >> stanley:some random questions for for some random people at the san mateo dmv spell dmv dee mmm. v here what they have to say in the next edition of people behaving badly. >> vicki:catch stanley and all the gary's sports and brittney's four zone forecast tonight on kron 4 new at ten, right station. >> vicki: take a look ! >> vicki:that's it for the
man: all in favor, aye. all: aye. all right. starting monday, the track around the athletic field will be closed to joggers at 8:30 p.m. instead of 10:00. any other items before we call it a night? yeah. um... i got wind that for the spring drama production, howard roberts intends to put on jesus christ superstar. you know how he is. howard's just trying to do things the kids like. my point exactly. um, i don't think that play is appropriate for this high school. well, if he wants to be young, i have no problems with grease or annie or-- doesn't grease have the "f" word? look, i'll talk to howard.